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Re: TI-Scheme and Extended Memory

I've long since come to the conclusion that the PC Scheme used by TI
is very much more powerful than the one they sell. For one thing, it 
can produce standalone programs.

Let me say here, in the hope that TI people are listening, that a
protected mode or OS/2 Scheme would be looked at with great favour, at
least by me.

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